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  • The term entropion is used to describe the condition where an eyelid, usually the bottom eyelid, turns inward to such an extent that the lower eyelashes either occasionally or continually touch the cornea at the front of the eye.
  • Eye problems accounted for about 1 in 30 hospitalisations (nearly 250,000) in 2005-2006.
  • Treatment is initially by way of eye drops to alleviate any pain and discomfort, followed by some form of action to turn the eyelid downwards to keep the eyelashes out of harm’s way.
  • Cicatricial entropion and trichiasis may be caused by a variety of diseases, of which trachomatous entropion is the commonest worldwide.
 

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